Coronavirus Outbreak–No one is immune to it, so what can you do?
On December 31, 2019, China reported a cluster of cases of pneumonia in people associated with the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market in Wuhan, Hubei Province. On January 7, 2020, Chinese health authorities confirmed that this cluster was associated with a novel coronavirus, 2019-nCoV.
Picture found here: https://www.businessinsider.com/wuhan-virus-spread-speed-chart-2019-ncov-2020-1
Because this is new strain of the Coronavirus no one has immunity to it, most everyone will be effected with mild symptoms, some with more serious symptoms, some will require hospitalization and a small percentage will not survive. It is a very serious situation but not apocalyptic!
Picture found here: https://ph.news.yahoo.com/27-under-investigation-2019-ncov-083900681.html
Because offense is your defense here is a list of foods, supplements, and personal protection practices that are beneficial to all. Please remember there is no pill or vaccine available to treat Coronavirus, and methods are supportive.
There is new information coming out daily. I will be sharing on my FB page, but let's start here.
Coronavirus is easily transmitted human to human, although it does not live long without a host. For now, the R0 (an index of infectivity) is anywhere from 3-5, meaning each person infected will lead to 3-5 new people being infected; this is high, compared to the average influenza (1.2-1).
Once a person is exposed, they are contagious for 2 to 16 days, possibly longer and they may have no symptoms during this time, making is harder to know when to take precautions.
Global tracker, where you can monitor the spread. https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html?fbclid=IwAR1SIwCq3V_oKIMlr4gAc-Dyv8EY8hrBmI0eYBmoje3qN9KukNwYMsMR1-U#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6
The newest information on incubation time can be found here, which came out on January 31st. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW3xqcGidpQ&fbclid=IwAR28s-ufPaduMSvHKH86NqIVu5m6Rdb8nLLDs1mbm6i05qz5AEWA4QQkX4E
Can progress into serious respiratory problems especially for those with preexisting conditions such as cardiac disease, diabetes and other chronic illnesses.
Corona virus is 2.3 to 4.6 more likely to land someone into ICU than common influenza
Not enough can be said for the benefits of simple lifestyle practices and common sense.
Stay hydrated–don’t ignore thirst it is a sign of dehydration
Eat lots of fresh veggies and fruit
Exercise moderately–over exercising put stress on our immune system and wears it out
Daily spiritual practice
Avoid stressful situations
Andrographis aniculate (comes in Genoma Security)*
Mannose (comes in Deflect)* 3
Elderberry (comes in Proberry)* 4
Stinging Nettle Root 1
Red Yeast Rice 2
***Products I carry in my office, can also be purchased at http://dadamo.com/
Berries (gently cooked)
Avoid processed foods, white flour, sugar, artificial sweetener, because these depress your immune system. Avoid Echinacea which is an (IL6 activator)
Picture found here: https://www.livescience.com/face-mask-new-coronavirus.html
If you have cold symptoms stay home, I know this is easier to say than do but remember how fast this virus spreads
If you cough or sneeze do it down your shirt. Many say in the sleeve, but I am not a fan of that because the virus will live for a few hours without a host. Once on the sleeve it exposes more people and objects.
Use a hand sanitizes
Masks are a good idea, especially for hospital workers, clerks and probably everyone